DO YOUR BEST - HAVE FUN DOING IT
The best way to find out what you do best is to do
it. Catch a fish. Ride a bike. Set up a tent. Build a
Pinewood Derby® car. Shoot a bow and arrow. Cub
Scouting offers boys and girls the opportunity to
see and learn fun, new things that can’t be found
Cub Scouts are at that magical age where everything
is new and possible and, most important, fun. They
build things. Play with purpose. Make friends and
work together. The life lessons learned here help
form a foundation to embrace opportunity and
overcome obstacles in life.
FAMILY FOCUSED - VALUE DRIVEN
Cub Scouting is a year-round program uniquely
designed to meet the needs of young boys and girls
(kindergarten through fifth grade) and their families.
The program offers fun and challenging activities
that promote character development and physical
fitness. Family involvement is an essential part of
the program, and parents are encouraged to play
an active role. Cub Scouting helps parents make the
most of the time they have to impact the lives of
HOW SCOUTING WORKS
It’s a proven fact – Scouting builds positive character in
young people and prepares them for life. With fun and
discovery at every turn, Scouting makes the most of right
FAMILY SCOUTING – Boys & Girls Invited to Join
- 84% of Adults who were in Scouting as youth said the program made them more honest
- 64% said Scouting helped them with their careers
- 70% said Scouting made them better leaders
Both boys and girls can participate in Cub Scouting! Families will have the opportunity to have all members of their family involved and will be able to earn badges and have all the great adventures of Cub Scouting.
HOW DO I GET MY CHILD INVOLVED?
The easiest way is to attend a Joining Activity scheduled
this summer/fall. All joining activities can be found at
Families can also register online by clicking the school above on this page.
Call the Scout Office at 715.832.6671.
Children who sign up for Cub Scouting will receive their Cub
Scout Handbook – they can begin to do the adventure of
Cub Scouting right away!
Financial Assistance is available to help families in need
participate in the Cub Scout program.
BOBCAT DAY AT CAMP
All new Cub Scouts, adults, and siblings are invited to
Bobcat Day Scheduled for Sat. Oct. 30 at Cub World-Camp
Phillips near Rice Lake, WI. New Scouts are invited to
attend for free and earn their Bobcat Badge. Activities
include: bb guns, archery, climbing wall, & much more!
Chippewa Valley Council, BSA
710 S. Hastings Way • Eau Claire, WI 54701
(715) 832-6671 • www.wearescouts.org